This is a mistake.
Driving isn't book knowledge. Driving is about experience. Don't attempt to drive in a foreign country until you've racked up years of daily experience driving at home.
That is why the process to get a license is so tortuous. And you shouldn't circumvent that by ticking away the months with little actual driving in that time. ...
The only thing I need is to have printed my NZeta visa issued?
You do not need to printout of your NZeTA, although you may wish to retain a printout for your comfort. LATAM will verify your NZeTA electronically against your passport when you check in at Santiago, using the the Government's Advance Passenger Processing system. Therefore it is important ...
You can use the visa verification service, from the NZ GOV website:
To check your visa conditions online you need to register and log in to our Visa Verification Service and enter your personal and visa details listed below:
current passport number
date of birth
visa start date
If you don't hold a full driving licence when you arrive in New Zealand you'll need to go through the NZ licence system which starts with a theory test, followed by six months as a learner, a practical test, another eighteen months* as a restricted driver (no passengers!) and finally a third test to get a full licence.
* can be reduced to twelve months if ...
This is impossible as you need to hold a learners licence for at least 6 months before you take the test.
From the AA Website:
You must be 16 1/2 or older and have held a learners license for at least 6 months to take your restricted practical test.